Excellent work atmosphere. Station manager was very passionate about welfare of employees
Fleet Service Agent/Lead (Former Employee) – Killeen, TX – July 9, 2014
Excellent work atmosphere. Station manager was very passionate about welfare of employees. I learned multiple facets of security to include both data and physical. I was consistently devoted to my team. I became a new-hire trainer after 19 months of employment. I became closing-shift lead agent after 20 months. I was cross-trained in all aspects of the station operations: Ramp Security Loss baggage Sabre Travel Systems Aircraft security Station Security Register and til Ticketing/Sales Flight Manifest/Release Boarding/Passenger Security Data/Physical Security
A & P Mechanic (Current Employee) – Springfield, MO – July 2, 2014
This company allows you to gain knowledge needed to further yourself as a Mechanic, but it is also a good place for a person that is looking to retire soon due to its low stress and relaxed yet efficient atmosphere
Aircraft Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Bentonville, AR – June 25, 2014
Not sure how much longer this company will be around. Not sure why anybody would work here. Starting pay is around 16 per hour. Look around you can find much better jobs. Benefits are also terrible. Fly for free? NOPE. Work nights? YEP.
Fleet Service Clerks (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 21, 2014
-Lift baggage and boxes/packages weighing up to 70 lb. -Load, unload, and transfer baggage, cargo and mail from carts, conveyor belts and on and off aircraft -Manually push/pull loaded carts into position for loading or hook up to pushback tractor -Perform work that involves repeatedly lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling items which weigh about 40 lbs on average and can weigh over 75 lbs, lift 75 to more than 100 pieces of cargo in 30 minutes -Count baggage/cargo being during upload/ unload operations. -Bend/stoop and crawl to move and stack/unstack cargo in aircraft and Climb inside aircraft belly to rearrange loads as necessary for balance and security -Guide aircraft into and out of the terminal jetway areas by communicating with pilots -Communicate with the Control Center and other departments to ensure efficient and safe aircraft and baggage movement -Communicate with passengers. -Operate a variety of equipment, including two-way radios, baggage transfer vehicles, and handheld tracking devices on a daily basis -Drive and operate various types of ground support equipment in loading/unloading aircraft, transferring cargo, and repositioning aircraft -Ensure that tooling, equipment, vehicles, and the facilities are operated in a safe and proficient manner and are always turned-over in good order -Ensure proper and clear documentation of all pieces in shipment (both inbound and outbound) is received -De-icing of Aircrafts -Maintain a good working knowledge of all security directives, manuals, tariffs, standards, policies, procedures, and reference materials integral to amore... safe and efficient operation -Ensure compliance with American, American Eagle and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations and policies. -Other duties as assigned.less
Flight Attendant (Former Employee) – New York – April 19, 2014
I learn to deal with customers in their best and worst day. Also how to work with people during an emergency .Had amazing co workers. The hardest part of the job was been away from my family.I enjoyed everything.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Grapevine, TX – April 6, 2014
Union time is the best. Clock in at certain time and always clock out at a certain time. Co-workers are the best. Fun and easy going group of guys. The most enjoyable part of the job is done with your task and chill out. On the other hand, the hardest part of the job is getting us to be on the bottom of the todum pole...and of course getting use to the night life of the third shift.
fun working schedule with easy advancement to management